Early Years Educator Apprentice Level 3

Type: Apprentice
Region: North West

Are you looking for a new challenge? Newbank House Day Nursery and Out of School Club might just have the perfect role for you. We are currently seeking a passionate Level 3 Early years Apprentice to join our nursery team, supporting and monitoring children’s learning and development through play and planned activities.

Newbank House Day Nursery and Out of School Club are looking for a patient, positive apprentice to complete a Level 3 Early years Apprenticeship.

Whilst working in the nursery you will be required to:-

Implement and promote all Nursery policies and procedures

Undertake a proactive key person role and build positive relationships with parents/carers and other professionals to support the individual needs of every child

Provide a secure, caring, friendly and stimulating educational environment, both indoors and outdoors, at all times

Contribute to the planning and develop enriching activities which ensure each child is working towards the early learning outcomes

Ensure childrens records are maintained and kept up to date including records of childrens development and learning journeys

Act as a positive practice role model to ensure that the Nurserys values are maintained

Maintain high standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness at all times

Ensure that all rooms and outside areas are clean and tidy after use

Ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, and observe and follow the health and safety policy and procedures at all times

Liaise with parents and carers, keeping them informed of activities undertaken, their childs progress with these activities, as well as the childs general development and wellbeing

Be sensitive and responsive to the needs of children, parents and carers and other members of staff

Support a commitment to the theory and practice of equal opportunities

Demonstrate initiative and get involved at all times to make a difference to the quality of care that the Nursery provides

Feedback any issues or opportunities identified around the site that could impact on the quality of care provided

Support team in the upkeep of base rooms, displays, resources, etc.

Maintain a positive attitude at all times with children, parents, visitors and work colleagues

Ensure confidentiality, where appropriate, is maintained

Be aware of the high reputation of the setting and uphold its standards at all times, both within work hours and outside

Work as part of a team to ensure good communication

Attend and participate in out of work activities, e.g. training, staff meetings, parent events/consultation

Be flexible within working practices of the setting, undertaking other responsible duties where needed, such as domestic tasks, preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment, etc.

Undertake any other duties and responsibilities as reasonably requested by line management


  • Excellent rates of pay on completion
  • Supportive and caring management team
  • Tailored induction and support program
  • A structured personal training programme and development plan
  • Opportunity for a full time role
  • Company pension scheme
  • Discounted childcare
  • Free smart and comfortable uniform
  • Free car parking
  • Happy and fun environment
  • Online benefit scheme
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